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VenueUnicorn Theatre
Other spaces: Weston Theatre, River Theatre, John Lyon Room, The Foyer, Foyle Studio
TownInner London
CountyGreater London
From2nd April 2011
Opened9th April 2011
To8th May 2011
When13:30, 19:00 (selected days), 17:30 (selected days). Apr 8,27, May 4,6 at 10:30. Check with Box Office
PricesFrom £13.00. To £19.00.
What is currently on at Unicorn Theatre (V103615241)

The Three Musketeers

D'Artagnan and Constance defeat the evil machinations of Cardinal Richelieu as the guillotine blade falls on the hapless bourgeoisie.
Book by Alexandre Dumas

Archive :: production:T0483918238, play:S5269, venue:V103615241

Production details

All for one and one for all, as the saying goes! Often hilarious and always thrilling, this explosive tale of kings and queens, diamonds and swords is full of romantic heroes and swashbuckling heroines. But the life of a Musketeer can be more brutal than you think. Enter a world where the most dangerous player is a mysterious female with all the cards in her hand and where outsider D’Artagnan has nothing to show for himself but courage and an open heart. He will do anything to prove himself her equal. But at what price? Join the Unicorn Ensemble as they tumble, chase, rage and gleefully flirt their way through Alexandre Dumas’ magnificent novel at breakneck speed.

Special Performances

  • 5 May 11 Audio Described
  • 7 May 11 Open Captioned (STAGETEXT)
  • 8 May 11 Audio Described


Producer Unicorn Theatre
Company Unicorn Ensemble
Adapted by Carl Miller
Director Rosamunde Hutt
Design Christopher Faulds
Lighting Ian Scott
Music Lewis Gibson
Director Dan O'Neill (movement)
Director Rachel Bown-Williams (fight)
Director Ruth Cooper-Brown (fight)
Director Liam Lane (assistant)
Other John Cockerill (fight captain)
Performer Samanta Adams (Porthos/Kitty/Queen)
Performer John Cockerill (Aramis/Planchet/Cardinal)
Performer Julie Hewlett (Milady)
Performer Liam Lane (D'Artagnan)
Performer Eric Nzaramba (Rochefert/Athos/Buckingham)
Performer Amaka Okafor (Landlady/Monsieur de Treville/Jussac/Felton/Constance)

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